Yoga Science Lab®: Sept 25 & Oct 2
September 25, 2021 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm| $75.00
YOGA SCIENCE LAB®: How to Practice Meditation-in-Action
Presented by Valerie Chakedis & Mary Holloway MT
Saturday mornings • September 25 & October 2 • 10:30am – 12:30pm ET
LEVEL II: In AMI’s Foundation course, you learned that your thoughts are your most valuable asset. The Yoga Science Lab® will help you deepen your practice and expand your ability to focus your attention. Yoga means union. Yoga represents a bridge between inner wisdom and outer actions. The techniques learned in seated AMI Meditation are applied in every duty and responsibility throughout the day and this process is called Meditation-In-Action.
You will learn to consciously evaluate the character and merit of the thoughts as they appear. In the context of a Yoga Science experiment, you’ll gain greater familiarity with Yoga Science tools such as One-Pointed Attention, The Bridge of Yoga, The Four Functions of the Mind, and The Four Primitive Fountains.
As you experiment with the Truth reflected by your Conscience, you’ll develop decision-making skills that will enhance your confidence in all relationships.
Freedom is being present, knowing who you are and following your inner wisdom. Key to that freedom is training the mind to respond creatively rather than react habitually. Yoga Science Lab® can help you achieve that freedom!
Prerequisite: Completion of AMI Meditation course
Completion of the AMI Meditation Foundation Course
All of our classes will take place online via ZOOM Video Conferencing.
AMI offers you the opportunity to participate from the comfort of your own home or from anywhere in the world. Participation takes place in real time. Classes are recorded and links are made available to participants following each class.
Upon receipt of your registration, instructions on how to access the meeting room will be sent to you via e-mail. No special computer equipment is required. Our distance learning classes are compatible with most major browsers, tablets and phones. If you would like to check specific system requirements, visit the ZOOM website by clicking here.